diversified

[ dih-vur-suh-fahyd, dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF diversified
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIVERSIFIED

In scripture we are furnished with illustrations of this diversified operation.

Her parting instructions to her uncles were many and diversified.

The settlers of Australia are as diversified in their habits as in their origin.

Girls' pleasures are by no means so diversified as those of boys.

Each fortune was rather peculiar and diversified in details.

This is an indication of varied personality and diversified taste.

I was glad to be in a city so great, so complex and diversified.

Out of the darkness there rose a view, enormous, diversified, impressive.

Hence, my data have been gathered from many sources, which are as diversified as they are numerous.

Not that all the books in Mr. Rowlandson's shop are old; his clientele is too diversified.

WORD ORIGIN

late 15c., from Old French diversifier (13c.) "to make diverse," from Medieval Latin diversificare, from Latin diversus (see diverse). Economic sense is from 1939. Related: Diversified; diversifying.

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